FC Bayern beats PSG to win the Champions League final

Bayern Munich secured its 6th European title in the wake of beating Paris Saint-Germain 1-0 in the Champions League final in Lisbon on Sunday.

Triumph for the German champion makes sure about a rewarding high pitch after it likewise won the league and domestic cup prior this year.

Regardless of all the attacking ability in plain view, one goal was sufficient to isolate the different sides with previous PSG man Kingsley Coman heading in the triumphant goal in the 59th moment.

Coman, a French international, guided his header into the bottom corner to add one more trophy to his cabinet.

The 24-year-old has won the league title in each season he’s spent as an expert player, beginning with PSG’s Ligue 1 triumph in 2013.

In the mean time, it’s yet more European disillusionment for PSG which was playing in its first final.

The French champion, which was likewise offering for a high pitch, has gotten obsessed with winning the Champions League since Qatar Sports Investments purchased the Parisian club in 2011.

More than one billion dollars has been spent on the playing squad yet stars, for example, Neymar and Kylian Mbappe couldn’t get their side past a prevailing Bayern which is as yet unbeaten in 2020.

Played away from plain view at the Estádio da Luz, this wasn’t the exemplary final many had sought after the two sides scored so unreservedly all through the competition.

Brazilian Neymar was denied the opener by an amazing recovery from Manuel Neuer before Bayern’s Robert Lewandowski hit the post and had a header spared during a generally cagey first half.

Bayern’s high defensive line, from numerous points of view its most prominent quality, additionally offered support to the extremely quick PSG attackers.

Mbappe and Neymar went through the night on the shoulders of Bayern’s defenders, trusting that the trigger will run in behind, yet failed to change over whenever given the opportunity.

The second half scarcely improved as far as quality with Coman giving the game’s just bit of decisive attacking play.

“Winning the trophy today is the best thing that could happen to us. We worked incredibly hard and in the end it came through to be the best team in Europe,” Bayern winger Serge Gnabry told BT Sport after the game.

“It’s the final, Paris came out wanting to win and so did we. Nobody is going to give up easily but we came through.

“As long as it was 0-0, it was always going to be open for us. Of course, they were going to have chances. It was lucky they didn’t score and lucky we did score.”

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